The Cambridge Atlas of the Middle East and North Africa
Cambridge University Press, Jul 28, 1989 - Science - 132 pages
The Cambridge Atlas is designed as a topical reference source on the whole Middle East, from Iran to North Africa, with an emphasis on economic and social developments. In 60 pages of two-colour maps, each accompanied by a page of commentary and supplementary figures, the Atlas presents detailed information on the Middle East essential to the international business, political and journalistic community and to a wide range of students and specialists. The Atlas represents map coverage of all these themes for some years and is one of the most accessible reference tools on the region.
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